Vincent Koh, Music Director & Conductor
Vincent Koh was born in Kyoto, Japan by Korean parents. He graduated from the University of Hokkaido School of Medicine, Sapporo, Japan.
Dr. Koh studied violin with Kazuhiko Kitamoto, Yuhji Tohgi, Ryutaro Iwabuchi, and Hideyuki Nimura in Japan, where he participated in performances with various chamber music ensembles, as well as being a member in the conservatory and professional orchestras. He continued his studies in the United States with Rachmael Weinstock, Kevin Lawrence, and Margaret Pardee.
At the Aspen Music School, he assisted Dorothy DeLay as a translator for her classes. Ever the curious and willing learner, he spent many hours observing the teachings of the great Ivan Galamian at the Meadowmount School.
Dr. Koh is the founder of the Lake George Chamber Orchestra, where he served as a soloist and concertmaster before taking on the role of conductor of the orchestra. He has studied conducting with Eduardo Navega, Maurice Kaplow, and Kenneth Kiesler. Currently, Dr. Koh is working with Hynek Farkac of the Prague Conservoitre and has conducted the Prague Virtuosi on his recommendation.
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